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Five important considerations when specifying variable data labels

Variable data labels and tags are used widely across many industry sectors primarily to track and trace goods, parcels and reusable containers and, increasingly, for product authentication and consumer promotions. Each unique piece of variable data can be printed in the form of a 2d code, barcode, QR code or...

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How to ensure quality and consistency in clinical trial labelling

Clinical trials on human volunteers are a vital step to bring new and improved drugs to market and for the advancement of treatment options. Trials have to be rigorously conducted meaning that every element, even a humble pharmaceutical label, must reach a high standard of quality and performance.

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Five ways to improve your traceability labelling

Maintaining audit-ready traceability of ingredients, allergens and finished products throughout your operation means having the right traceability labels and tags from goods in to despatch.

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Top ways to use variable data labels

Variable data labels, each containing an individual piece of data, are used widely to track raw materials and finished goods, identify and authenticate products, provide consumers with additional information and promotions, and much more.

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How tamper evident labels will help with compliance

Ready for FMD supplement EU2016/161?

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New laminating unit improves speed and efficiency

We’ve invested in a new laminating unit that gives us much greater capability to produce sophisticated peel & reveal variable data labels for our customers.

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Five reasons to choose flexographic print for product labels

Despite the rise in use of digital print processes, flexographic remains the most popular print method when it comes to producing high quality product labels. Here’s why:

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Guide to direct thermal and thermal transfer label materials

One of the key considerations when selecting the best label substrate for your job is the ability to overprint variable information. Standalone printers are common place in many operational settings these days, but whether a direct thermal or thermal transfer process will perform better in your unique environment is not...

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Top five considerations when specifying labels

You’d think that an adhesive label was a fairly straight forward product to specify. After all it’s just a substrate that’s sticky one side and perhaps printed on the other. It can, of course, be that simple but chances are if you are a technical manager searching for adhesive labels...

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The True Cost of a Label or Tag

‘Compromising on the quality of your labels and tags may appear to save you a few pounds per thousand, but you could be paying a much higher price due to line stoppage and operational down time.’

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